Sequence Design announced Ausdia has joined its In-Sequence Technology Partner Program, promoting EDA interoperability and advanced design methodologies. Ausdia specializes in helping clients achieve rapid timing closure and chip convergence, and is the first design services company to join the program.
“Sequence is all about low power and convergence, tackling multiple design issues concurrently to speed time to market while boosting performance and reliability,” said Sam Appleton, Ausdia’s CEO. “Joining In-Sequence gives us access to the latest tools and methods for low-power excellence, that we can quickly share with customers.”
“Designs of the size, frequency and complexity of the Vega processor line require experts in hierarchical design and timing closure techniques,” said Paul Koike, Senior Director of VLSI Engineering at Azul Systems. “We chose Ausdia due to their proven track record in this critical area, as well as their expertise with Sequence Design’s tools.”
“We are delighted to be expanding our In-Sequence low-power ecosystem by welcoming Ausdia, our first services partner,” said Holly Stump, Sequence Vice President of Marketing. “We expect this relationship to pay major dividends for our mutual customers.”
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Ausdia is the latest in a series of In-Sequence partnerships, joining a variety of EDA vendors, foundries, IP providers, design services providers, platform vendors and universities.
Sequence Design accelerates the ability of SoC designers to bring high-performance, power-aware ICs quickly to market. Sequence’s power and signal- integrity software solutions give customers the competitive advantage necessary to excel in aggressive technology markets, despite the demanding complexity and time-to-market issues of nanometer design. Sequence serves over 150 customers worldwide, in application segments such as consumer, wireless, mobile computing, multimedia, cell phones, digital cameras, network-on-chip processors, and other power-sensitive markets. The company was named by Reed Electronics as one of the top 10 companies to watch in the electronics industry, and was recently selected as one of high-tech’s Top 100 companies by SiliconIndia magazine. Sequence has worldwide development and field-service operations and is privately held.